Flipped Classroom and Universal Design for Learning: Towards an Inclusive Educational Environment and Curriculum

Lezcano-Barbero, F.; Casado-Muñoz, R.

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Abstract

Flipped Classroom (FC) methodology too tends to make learning process signicant and accessible to every student.The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) could be the pedagogical approach that may help in responding to this challenge, since its key idea is remove all the barriers that even teaching methods and didactics can create. UDL is a concept extension of the Universal Design, an architectural movement whose idea was proposed rstly in 1987 by Ron Mace. The tenet that lies behind the Universal Design is that, in architecture, everything has to be conceived and designed in order to suit the widest range of users, including the ones with disabilities.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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Flipped Classroom and Universal Design for Learning: Towards an Inclusive Educational Environment and Curriculum. / Lezcano-Barbero, F.; Casado-Muñoz, R.

2018.

Risultato della ricerca: Paper

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